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'm andrea mitchell live in washington. the balanced budget amendment now shot down in the senate. and the mcconnell-reid fall back plan short of votes, there's only one plan left the plan crafted by the president and speaker boehner. but it's already underfire from the left and right. luke russert covers capitol hill and joins me now. luke, you've been doing a lot of reporting. there was an exclosive meeting yesterday and they were still venting this morning. that and the republican house problem. >> the meeting was yesterday. it was the senate democratic luncheon a lot of democrats were uncomfortable because jack lou was telling them the underpinnings of this plan possibly between speaker boner and president obama which would have some entitlement reform within there. third degree be spending cuts, but there's no guarantee of added revenue. that upset a lot of democrats saying that added revenue needed to be in any deal. yesterday i spoke to rank and file republicans saying there wasn't an agreement like that as democrats were making it out to be. they expected to be an announce
, and nbc's andrea mitchell. >>> good morning. after the dramatic friday night breakdown of talks over a so-called grand bargain deficit reduction package, congressional leaders met with the president for less than an hour saturday morning. speaker boehner spent the rest of the day working on an alternative plan to slash spending, several trillion dollars, and avert a catastrophic default by that august 2nd deadline, as we pointed out, just nine days away. word came last night after a meeting of republican and democratic congressional leaders that the speaker wants to announce the outlines of a plan as early as later today to reassure investors before asian stock markets open for monday trading. however, still so many questions remain. here to try to answer some of them, the president's chief of staff bill daley. welcome back to "meet the press." >> thanks, david. >> so, it seems like the talks right now are on doing something temporary. a trillion dollars in spending cuts, raise the debt limit by that much, at least get us through the end of the year. is that something the president can ac
levels of potassium in the diet was linked to a lower risk of death. >>> i'm andrea mitchell. coming up next on "andrea mitchell reports" debt deadlock. with only 12 days to go, what is it going to take to get past the impasse? we'll ask paul ryan and ranking budget committee member chris van hollen. >>> taking aim at ames. in the race for the republican nomination, tim pawlenty goes on the attack. plus the democratic women of capitol hill take a stand, rallying behind dnc chairwoman debbie wassermann-schultz. see you in 15 minutes on "andrea mitchell reports." join us. >>> teachers in memphis are due back at work in less than two weeks but the school board there voted to delay the start of the new school year indefinitely. they're holding the school year hostage until the city pays what it owes the district. dr. kenneth whalen is with the memphis city school board of commissioners. doctor, explain the logic behind delaying classes. >> hi, contessa. the logic is pretty clear. you can't get blood out of a turnip. the school board is being forced to try to operate without adequate funding
at letsfixdinner.com. >>> hi. i'm andrea mitchell. coming up next on "andrea mitchell reports," on 11 days to go. we have new details on the emerging debt deal. we'll go behind the scenes with two members of the gang of six, senators kent conrad and mark warner. police congressman barney frank on what he thinks of the deal. and today's historic move towards ending don't ask, don't tell. >>> we talk to kristin davis joining us about the tragedy unfolding in the horn of africa. ten million people starve manager the word's worst food crisis in years. we'll see you in 15 minutes on "andrea mitchell reports." >>> michele bachmann surged to the head of the presidential pack could be running into some potential road blocks. today an influential republican fundraiser gave her a thumbs down. he said bachmann just doesn't have the executive experience to be president. earlier this week bachmann faced questions about her physical fitness for the office. the daily caller reports she suffers from possibly debilitating migraines. bachmann's team responded with a note from the congressional held team clipping
. [ gnome ] it's go time. >>> hi i'm andrea mitchell. coming up next on "andrea mitchell reports," president obama summons lawmakers to the white house for a deficit summit tomorrow. will they hammer out a compromise or keep hammering each other. plus, it's twitter time at the white house today. while politicians are trading barbs in 140 characters or less. the white house gets ready for an audience of you guessed it, 140 people. >>> and the real facts are starting to seep out about that oil spill in montana. "andrea mitchell reports" coming up next in 15 minutes. >>> prosecutors had the burden of proving beyond a reasonable doubt that casey anthony killed her daughter. but was it unreasonable certainty that convicted casey in the court of public opinion? >> the information that we got made her seem guilty. >> i personally was convinced as a mom that how could she have done what she did or didn't do regardless, but for that whole month that that child was missing. >> i think that jose baez did a poor job and in the end somehow he was able to convince the jury that there was reasonable doubt
andrea mitchell. andr andrea, i don't need to tell you, this is your line of work. you ask any u.s. official what keeps you up at night, and they answer, these two countries, nuclear nations, and especially pakistan. >> pakistan is about to pass france as the fifth greatest nuclear power in the world and they're on a hair trigger. there's no hot line between india and pakistan, only last week, diplomats from both countries meeting out at stanford university trying to talk about establishing a hotline. so unlike the cold war, there is no communication, they could have an accident. this time india has said in the past that they were restrained three years ago when it was proved that pakistan was behind the attack, they were restrained by the u.s., by the rest of the world, they did not retaliate. this time most likely they would. only a couple of days ago i was talking to a prominent indian diplomat saying i could not persuade any country not to attack if this happened again. and now it potentially is happening again. it could be an indian group, officials don't know here or in ind
with foreman british prime minister tony blair. good day i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. the president's veto threat puts it ail one the line. no short-term deal to stave off default. battle lines are drawn. kelly o'donnell joins us from the capitol. let's talk about the pressure on the speaker of the house. he caved in saturday night after pressure from eric cantor his number two. >> eric cantor is just telling reporters here that republicans did not come to office in washington to raise taxes. cantor says that the president wants a trillion dollars in new taxes. they think that they can only move forward if changes in the tax structure would be revenue neutral. that's a tough sell. speaker boehner was praised by the president today. that was notable. the president saying he has acted in good faith and he's a good man. the nice ways of putting speaker boehner in perhaps a tougher box among the tea party republicans and some of the newer members of his caucus who have been perhaps the hardest to wrangle and predict in terms of how the leadership can line up with their own votes. the is
to be talking to chuck todd as well as the rest of our team. >>> good day, i'm andrea mitchell here in washington. as we sit here today jay carney is starting the white house briefing. let's go to jay and find out the latest from the white house. >> we are continuing to have conversations as we wait for the house to finish this business. >> two quick questions, is the president concerned the united states has already suffered lasting damage to its reputation with international investors? >> i would say that we are concerned because there is certainly evidence that the economy has suffered. because of the uncertainty created around this debate and the circus atmosphere of our politics around what should be a serious matter. we're talking about the thing that matters most to americans which is the health of our company and growth and create jobs. some damage has been done. we are a powerful country with a powerful economy. we are the united states of america and the american people are very resilient. we need to resolve this and we can get on with the task of making sure we're doing e
the economy and create jobs. zbroo good day i'm andrea mitchell here in washington. time is indeed running out. that is the message that the president delivered today as he put more pressure on congress to negotiate a compromise. mr. obama said the two sides are in handcuff agreement about how to cut spending and the need to tackle tax reforms and entitlements in the months to come. at the same time house republicans took a step away from compromise making concessions to the tea party today. that picked up enough votes to likely pass the stalled boehner bill. >> i think this is basically a variation of cut, cap and balance. >> it's such a game changer. i need to read the language. but i like where we're going. >> i am. absolutely. i'm enthusiastic. >> that saves speaker boehner from further embarrassment, possibly the loss of the speakership. what do democrats have to say? with me steve israel, the chair of the democratic congressional caucus campaign committee. the speaker added a balanced budget amendment vote down the road and some further commitments down the road. does that change his bil
years. >>> good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. time is running out with that president obama is giving congressional leaders 36 hours to come one a plan to raise the debt ceil and avoid default. today he said we don't need a balanced budget amendment. the proposal republicans are pushing toward a vote next week. the president says he still wants a big deal. but for the first time he's opening the door on senator mitch mcconnell's fall back plan which is gaining momentum on capitol hill. chuck todd was in the briefing room for the news conference. host of "the daily rundown" and luke russert. there was a movement from the president at least towards considering the mcconnell backup plan. what are the chances he still might get what he really wants which is a bigger deal? >> to me -- in a way put together to try to get through this. what you felt was the press conference was about was trying to frame the post game debate, if you will. you heard this from the speaker. suddenly they're back to distancing themselves from the debt ceiling. let's get to the debt ceiling part. w
woodward, the national journalist, jamie tarabay, abc's andrea mitchell and "the chicago tribune"'s clarence page. the nasty unemployment numbers are a psychological problem for the country and a huge political burden for this president. has the tea party's flirtation with default on the national debt handed barack obama a huge win, while the vast middle of the country, the middle that decides elections, see the president as the grownup? take a look at poll numbers. in his 2008 win, president obama was the choice of 60% of self-described moderates in the exit polls. today he still has 55% of those moderates. what do moderates favor? when it comes to the national debt ceiling, 55% of moderates say raise it. bob, we have two big news stories facing us. the unemployment rate going up to 9.2%. the united states facing a debt crisis. maybe not reaching the debt ceiling bill by the end of this month. the republicans are using the jobless figures to say no taxes whatsoever. they're also saying no deal. have they misread the american public? >> this is a moment when obama has to deliver.
-malika henderson, andrea mitchell and michael duffy. first off today, the switch boards led up this work with protests over grid look. at the polls. the most motivated republican voters are not fallen to house republican tactics. 73% of voters blame president obama, not the house republicans. and republicans think that debt cash will help them defeat the president. here is how they'll play the president's failure to win the grand bargain on the day. they'll claim the president showed weak leadership, that he was not the post-partisan compromiser, he that is still a big spender and probably most crucial, they'll tie this crisis to the jobs crisis. howard, right now there is a lot of heat all over the place, a lot of it against the right, the tea party people. come next year, how will the conservatives and the republicans use this whole deal over the debt against the president? >> well, the president's great vulnerability is that he is somehow irrelevant. if he was weak and not really involved in the final dealings on the budget crisis, that ties in the republicans' hope to a larger narrat
in washington arguing that they can't is the anti-tax crusader gordon norquist. grover norquist. andrea mitchell has his story. >> reporter: grover norquist is a behind-the-scenes power broker who's never held office. a self-described reagan republican who even tries his hand at standup. >> bourbon, neat, no water, my rule, never drink water, dick cheney tortures people with it. >> reporter: but about taxes, he is deadly serious. >> the folks who have fought for tax increases after promising not to, and then down here in blue, across here, are the ones who are defeated. >> reporter: for 24 years he's been getting candidates, almost all republican, to sign a simple pledge. >> read my lips. no new taxes. >> reporter: republican lawmakers remember how that worked out, defeated after one term. so 236 have taken the vow. >> grover went around and said, sign this. any guy that would sign something before he or she confronts the issue has really sold part of their soul. >> reporter: this week he told the "washington post" letting the bush tax cuts expire at the end of next year would not violate the pl
in for andrea mitchell today. it is back to the bargaining table for congressional leaders this afternoon three weeks from today to the debt ceiling deadline. both sides say they want a deal, but there's been in compromise or breakthrough yet. we go to kristen welker at the white house. we know officials are meeting this afternoon. the president making some news about what might happen if the debt ceiling is not raised in early august. >> that's right. president obama in an interview earlier today was asked whether the united states would have enough money to continue paying its social security checks on august 3rd if a deal isn't reached over the debt ceiling on august 2nd, which is the deadline that's been mapped out by treasury secretary timothy geithner. the president said no. he said if a deal isn't reached by august 2nd there isn't enough money in the coffers of the united states to keep on paying the social security checks. he is ramping up the pressure to try to get a deal done by that deadline that has been set and treasury secretary geithner as well today reiterating calls to get a de
'm andrea mitchell live in washington. well, the jobs we begin with that surprisingly dismal jobs report along with the rising unemployment rate, private sector jean-bertrand growth has essentially come to a stand still. cnbc senior economics reporter. steve, just what is your take away from these numbers today? >> it was a terrible, terrible report with absolutely no silver lining that anybody could see. one economist used three words to describe the report, he said it was weak, weak and weak. another used two words they were unmitigated disaster. let me just give you some of the numbers. the 18,000 payroll numbers was -- they were expecting 125,000, what was worse, andrea, was they revised back the prior two month and got rid of 100 job in addition to that. part of what's going on is declines in the government workforce at the state and local level something like 39,000 government jobs were lost in the month of june and 48,000 the month before that. >> given those revisions is that a hiccup or the possibility of a double dip? >> well, i think most economists still hold out hope, andrea
passed his cellgate? zbld day, i'm andrea mitchell live on capitol hill today. the president is going to hold a white house meeting with democratic leaders less than two hours from now. this after a gang of six made an 11th hour pitch to save budget talks. senate leaders say it may be too little too late. with us senators. thanks so much. a number of republicans have now come on board and endorsed the idea of some revenue measures, some of the proposals the ideas in the gng of six as a starting point. lamar alexander came on board. what say of you? >> i'm concerned about this approach. i'm concerned at several levels. one, it looks like -- it's hard to understand because there's a little bit of a lack of spes fitsity still. there's no legislative language. it looks like what could be a pretty big tax increase. the spending cuts i think are highly uncertain. it instructs the various committees of the senate and the house to come up with these spending cuts. we have no assurance that they will do that. we have no idea how they'll do that. then we asked the senate to vote on that. all of
. >>> i'm andrea mitchell. coming up next on "andrea mitchell reports," president obama taps former ohio attorney general to run the new financial protection agency. he will officially announce thanom nation at the top of the hour. we'll be joined by elizabeth war the lady who helped create the agency. why isn't she taking the job in. >>> plus, we'll have more on the et debt showdown. >>> and helping america's wounded warriors. gary sinise is joining us with ways you can get involved. >>> in politics when you're trying to sway someone's opinion or change someone's mind, you can appeal to the bottom line. you make the money argument. that's exactly what death penalty opponents in california are doing. they're proposing a bill to do away with executions because the death penalty costs too much. $184 million in that state every year for the court air peels and incarcerating those inmates, plus the death row convicts typically die of old age rather than lethal injection. some of the most infamous inmates include scott peterson who murdered his wife. richard ramirez nicknamed the night stalke
? >> kobe. good day, i'm andrea mitchell, live in aspen, and we begin with the bombshell that may blow up the sexual assault case against former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn. the da now says the accuser address m admits she lied about what happened after the attack. he was released on his own recognizance today and it could open the door to releasing the charges altogether. but her attorney says she stands by her story. >> the victim, from day one, has described a violent sexual assault that dominique strauss-kahn committed against her. she has described that sexual assault many times to the prosecutors and to me. and she has never once changed a single thing about that account. >> patently false. i think if he were being accurate, i don't think the district attorney's office would have moved to completely exonerate his bail. i think there's an agenda here, ours is to see that justice is served in this case and he has a client who has a financial interest in making this case something that it's not. >> ron allen is live in new york with the latest astounding developments, developments
tomorrow. >>> up next, "andrea mitchell reports." >>> thanks so much. up next on "andrea mitchell reports," we're in the final countdown a month to go before the u.s. hits the debt ceiling limit. senator john corn anyone joins us to talk about the possibility of a deal before the deadline. >>> and nasa prepare for the the last shuttle liftoff. just one phillips' colon health probiotic cap a day "andrea mitchell reports" next "andrea mitchell reports" next on msnbc. gas and bloating. with three rains of good bacteria to help balance your colon. you had me at "probiotic." [ female announcer ] phillips' colon health. ♪ you had me at♪ robiotic." ♪ ♪ introducing purina one beyond a new food for your cat or dog. new newtons fruit thins. real blueberries and blueberry brown sugar... crispy whole grain. newtons fruit thins, one unique cookie. >>> right mow on "andrea mitchell reports," on the fifth of july, all the fireworks are in congress. called back from vacation to deal with the debt ceiling crisis. will either side blink?
of the atlantic. see you in 15 minutes on "andrea mitchell reports" right after contessa brewer. >>> casey anthony set to be released from prison this weekend but her legal troubles are far from over. she faces a defamation suit brought by a woman named zenaida gonzalez. in 2008, anthony told investigators that a woman with that name took her daughter. lawyers for gonzalez filed a motion asking anthony be required to appear and give a deposition and they're concerned once casey anthony gets out of prison, they won't be able to find her. >>> three tennessee sheriff's deputies are on leave after their police dash cam caught them beating up an alleged suspect. the man's lawyer says the video shows the deputies continuing to punch and taser the man for at least ten minutes after he was handcuffed on the ground. the deputies claim they were simply dealing with an intoxicated suspect. authorities are investigating the allegations. >>> a louisiana lawyer could be in some legal trouble of his own after getting into a bar fight that was all caught on security camera. the violent brawl escalated quickly. th
been to bum out your audience about debt crisis. >> good day i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. with the debt battle entering the final round we think just one week from the treasury's default date, house republican leaders are pushing for a vote on their plan tomorrow. democrats are waiting to see what happens before sending their proposal to the floor. either way the two sides are sharply divided and president obama may be out of the loop. jack lou is the white house budget director and joins me now from the sunny north lawn of the white house. not a sunny mood, though, today in the white house because we're still seeing such a deep divide. it's not even clear and that's a question of course for republicans if the speaker can get this out on the floor and get it passed. what private negotiations, re-assure us that there are some conversations going on between the so-called grown ups and some daylight between the house plan and the harry reid plan? >> it's good to be with you, andrea. i think where we are right now is congress has to go through the next day. the house is going
patch. visit exelonpatch.com to learn more. . >>> coming up next on "andrea mitchell reports," president obama threatens to veto any short-term debt ceiling solution. we'll get reaction, plus the latest on the deal making from budget senate committee chairman. plus, what if a deal doesn't get done? a reality check on the economic fall out with an economist. as an angry mob attacks the u.s. embassy in syria. former p.m. tony blair with us live in studio to talk about efforts to revive the middle east peace talks. we'll see you here in 15 minutes on "andrea mitchell reports." >>> michelle obama will be attending tomorrow's private funeral service for former first lady betty ford. on thursday she will be laid to rest in michigan alongside her husband on president gerald ford's 98th birthday. betty ford died friday at the age of 93. she was one of the country's most beloved first ladies not least for her willingness to speak her mind about issues that affected her and so many others. >> if the first lady can have breast cancer, maybe i could. and the same thing with the disease of alcoholism
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ceiling >> good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in new york. all eyes are focused on washington where the speaker of the house is being whip sawed today between his tea party caucus opposing any compromise and the congressional budget office now downgrading john boehner's revenue projections. where does the president factor in as time runs out? joining us from the white house gene spurling. gene, what happens next? now we know that both the harry reid plan and john boehner's plan have been downgraded, if you will by the congressional budget office. neither would produce the amount of money expected. will the president at this point sign a short-term deal if a 30-day emergency extension, whatever, just to keep things going while these issues are resolved? >> you know, andrea, the real issue is not the congressional budget office scoring of either plan or even the vote count on either plan. the real issue is we're at stalemate. we've got two plans that have almost no prospect of passing both houses. so for all the discussions about what might hypothetically come to the president's desk,
. >>> for more analysis on this political showdown we turn to my colleague andrea mitchell who is the host of msnbc's "andrea mitchell reports." andrea -- >> hi, martin. >> all of us who work on the network, of all of us, you know the congress better than anyone, and have you seen this kind of intransience or deadlock over a budget? >> well, they have felt that the other side have gotten us into $14 trillion in debt, and they don't believe the warnings that we have been reporting. i interviewed alice rivlin who is the former vice chair of the fed and comes from a democratic background and from the bill clinton white house and worked in partisan and bipartisan offices, and she says it is a self-inflicted wound. there is no reason for the sovereign debt of the united states to be at risk in this way. certainly the treasury secretary and the fed chair have been making these arguments, and you can argue that one comes from a political context being partç the cabinet. they do not believe the credible warnings they have been getting and the other side of the fence is that everyone sees politic
is worse than exxonmobil first admitted. deja vu anyone? >>> good day i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. we begin with the budget show down and white house hopes for a possible deal even as senate leaders are digging in on the big sticking point of taxes ahead of tomorrow's white house summit. chuck todd is nbc's chief white house correspondent and host of "the daily rundown." chuck, we've heard a lot from republicans. today at the bloomberg breakfast it was said that any tax measures had to be revenue positive over the long run that could be ten years out. eventually have to contribute toward deficit reduction. that is not what republican senator john cornyn was saying exactly the opposite what he said on our show yesterday that it has to be revenue neutral. how does the president hope to bridge this devoid? >> reporter: well, you know, they have an interesting tactic here. they believe and frankly behind the scenes so do house republicans believe it will be easier to sell a larger deal that has some things in it that nobody's crazy about on certain sides. whether some tr
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years. america's space shuttle comes in for its final landing. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell reporting live from washington. lots of talk but no deal. as the senate takes up what is expected to be a pro forma rejection of the house passed balanced budget amendment, house republicans came out against both the gang ofix o the debt limit. with me now, the chair of the budget committee, wisconsin republican paul ryan. what is the latest you are hearing? we know cantor and the speaker, eric cantor and the speaker were at the white house meeting with the president st night. there's talk now, reports from the "new york times" moments ago of a possible coming together between speaker boehner and the president. what are you being briefed on or what do you know is the state of play? >> good afternoon. basically what the state of play is it's very fluid. we're looking at what the talks between the speaker and the president are, those details have yet to be shared. we also are looking at what would be a plan b. nobody wants to see default. all we want to see is some spending reductions,
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